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yee tells us what is behind those numbers -- linda yee tells us what is behind those numbers. >> reporter: he now has 160 employees. >> i think the economy is really picking up. >> reporter: ryan brauton is one of those new workers. he left his job in construction and decided to become a machinist. >> i chose manufacturing for a reason that it does not seem to be affected by the economy. >> reporter: he tripled his research and development budget during the recession. it has paid off. anderson is building this new plant. >> that's the reason why we're moving. we do have plans to continue hiring. >> reporter: nationally the economy has added an average of 145,000 jobs over the past three months. unemployment has not been this low since january of 2009. >> yes, we are finally below that 8% level, but it is still indicative of a slow go environment. >> reporter: much of the drop in the unemployment rate is attributed to the growth of part-time jobs. >> i didn't even get responses to my resume. >> reporter: 56-year-old amy crawford was forced to take a minimum wage job in a resta
with that decisive vote. and cbs5 reporter linda yee is live outside city hall with the sheriff's reactions. >> reporter: definitely some stunning developments tonight. a majority of the supervisors did agree that the sheriff did commit the official misconduct charges and therefore should be removed from office, but nine votes, they are needed to remove anyone from elected office. it didn't happen. so it appears that he will get his job back as that their marathon hearing began nine hours ago with public testimony from more than 100 people. it was the supervisors here who are pretty closely aligned and said that despite the charges against them that they couldn't agree that he would lose his job. that it had is what he had to say. >> the message about our players here, listening up intensely like everyone else. and now it will be about moving forward. and they will sense this with all parties. i look forward to demonstrating why the people elected me as sheriff and look forward for me and my family, you know, who is now in a place where are hopefully we will keep some normalcy. >> reporter:
with the show. cbs 5 reporter linda yee went on location to find out what keeps bringing him back. >> reporter: it's a location shot not normally done on "csi: new york" on cbs but this week's plot brings the detectives to san francisco to chase down the bad guys. >> we tracked the evidence which leads us to a building that we discover is not in new york city but indeed it's in san francisco. so we come out here to look. and it's great because, you know, we are shooting in los angeles all the time and making new york and so this is a special city. >> reporter: fog and a prominent bridge figure prominently in the show. the action also takes the series star gary sinese to a wooded area of the presidio. >> and we cut. action. >> reporter: acting may be physical first joy and what he is really good at but what his real passion is has nothing to do with his character, mack taylor. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: sinese devotes his time off the set playing bass for his lieutenant dan band and working with veterans groups. many in the actor's own family have served. last march, the band performed at the
to be in game one tomorrow. reporting live in at&t ballpark, linda yee giants 5. >> it means big money for big. and the presses are normally stopped this time of year. the giants wouldn't change that. early this morning, rolled league championship shirts an tomorrow world series shirts. >>> after the soggy celebration last night, workers spent the day drying the field out. the latest word, the field is ready to go. >>> and better to be in shape but you never know. you have a little rain coming. >> at 6:00, put the tarp back on. things are looking great. weather should be fine by tomorrow. here's a look at high-def doppler. latest model, it will be out of here. we're seeing showers in campbell cove and bedega bay. early in, early out. showers will end before the first pitch tomorrow night. it will be chilly with limited sunshine, 62 degrees. remember the rainfall yesterday, record rainfall, more rain fell at at&t park yesterday than in the previous 191 days combined. talking about the forecast through the weekend in a few minutes. >> may be an early commute home. people getting home early. 5:07
with mickey mouse. how about snow white anteseven ewoks. i can go on. linda yee on the film created empire that is going totally hollywood. >> reporter: it's a force even the toughest storm trooper. disney is guiding the star ship on a $4 billion deal that includes lucasfilms and his award winning effects franchises. in a company video statement george lucas said he's putting away his light saber and trusting the house of mickey mouse to take over. >> i realize at some point i needed to retire. i wanted to go on and do other things. final block in that was to find a good solid home for the company. >> reporter: lucas employs up to 1400 people here at the lucasfilm campus. employees did meet with lucas as well as top management all afternoon to discuss their future. by night fall three bus loads of workers returned from the offsite meeting. many looking grim. >> i probably shouldn't tell you. >> reporter: was it a good meeting? scott bennett is one of a legion of fans who lives and breathes star wars. the sale shocked him at first. >> star wars isn't for angry 40- year-olds on the internet.
't be happier. cbs 5 reporter linda yee is at the park. >> reporter: dana, several hours after this game ended, there were still a few people out here celebrating. the giants delivered and the fans are delirious. >> woo! >> reporter: game 1, giants! >> giants! i'd be surprised if it goes to five games. >> reporter: fireworks and a flyover started the party. from home made masks to tripped- out bikes. indescribable. >> i went to get the best suit that i thought would represent the giants. i think i found it. >> is that specially made, or you found it off the rack? >> shockingly, i found it off the rock, and it was on sale. >> reporter: there were a lot of things for sale that only a rabid fan could appreciate. and it wasn't hard to spot the scalpers, where the price for two tickets is what you're willing to pay. >> i have to see the market first. >> what's the market? >> reporter: there are other ways to see the game without a ticket. >> over here by the right field gates, these are not the cheap seats. these are the free seats. 125 fans. every three innings. he drove up yesterday to get in lin
for hundreds of other inmates. the bill written by leland yee will look at inmates that were arrested as a teenager. more than 300 inmates are currently eligible for that reduction. >>> another first for california with the state set to become the first to ban therapy that tries to turn gay or lesbian teens straight. the governor announced today it has signed senate bill 1172. it is slated to go into effect january 1st. those who opposed the bill said they intend to seek a temporary injunction against the law. >>> starting tomorrow in san francisco, you will need to bring your own bag or an extra dime or two to the store. the city's check out bag ordnance goes into effect monday. stores must give up plastic and offer paper or compostable bags instead. customers will have to pay 10- cents per bag and if they forget to bring their own. restaurants and bakeries are exempt from the law until next year. >>> san francisco blue's fans got a treat today. you have to keep working on. the two day festival filled two blocks with music, food and a lot of fun. >> one happy festival going explains
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